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JOG: The Body Motion Controller (Nintendo Wii) £6.99 delivered @ Play.com

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jOG is the innovative motion-sensing controller that brings a whole new dimension to your living room gaming experience. With jOG your character only moves when you do. Plug jOG into your existing con… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
jOG is the innovative motion-sensing controller that brings a whole new dimension to your living room gaming experience. With jOG your character only moves when you do. Plug jOG into your existing console and wow... jOG measures the steps you take and translates them to movement on screen! Now, when you move in the real world, you really move in the game!

- When you move... your game character moves
- Add-on controller that detects body motion
- Compatible with existing Wii games
- Plugs straight into your existing Wii Remote and Nunchuk
- Simple operation combines fitness and fun
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#1
I've asked this before on other "jog" threads - is this any good or a pointless gimmick? (Can't remember the replies so am leaning towards the latter :thumbsup:)

And what games would you recommend for it (if any). £6.99 seems worth a pop.....I'll vote it hot on price, although obviously doing £7 on something which is used once and sits in a drawer for a year may not quite be the bargain it seems.....
#2
Johnboy_1975
I've asked this before on other "jog" threads - is this any good or a pointless gimmick? (Can't remember the replies so am leaning towards the latter :thumbsup:)

And what games would you recommend for it (if any). £6.99 seems worth a pop.....I'll vote it hot on price, although obviously doing £7 on something which is used once and sits in a drawer for a year may not quite be the bargain it seems.....


I've wondered this too - found this review on Amazon:


12 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice little add-on, 22 Jul 2009

I have to admit this little gadget surprised me a bit. I thought it would be like all the other Wii add-ons and not really bring anything extra to the kids gaming. But the kids got their way and I expected it to be gathering dust along with the mario kart wheel and Zelda shield within a week. But the kids absolutely love it!

The basic gist of it is that in order to move characters in the game they not only have to move the analogue stick on the nunchuck but also jog up and down on the spot and. Of course it then becomes a competition over who can jog fastest on the spot and brings a competitive element into it aswell, it's simple, but they are still using it after a few months.

Its plug and play so no issues with set-up, a fair price considering what you have to pay for the trinkets that don't even do anything (sports packs etc) and so far reliable.

Great for small kids, probably 10 and under especially if there is more than one kid playing at the same time (one jog needed per child) and it will atleast get them out of breath.
#3
That is cheap.
I have one but haven't used it yet, as it's still wrapped.

I works on games like Super mario galaxy, Zelda: the twilight princess, Okami,Lego Indy games. Basically any games with a character running around that uses the nunchuck.
I'm not aware of any 2 player games it works on though.
#4
Johnboy_1975
I've asked this before on other "jog" threads - is this any good or a pointless gimmick? (Can't remember the replies so am leaning towards the latter :thumbsup:)

And what games would you recommend for it (if any). £6.99 seems worth a pop.....I'll vote it hot on price, although obviously doing £7 on something which is used once and sits in a drawer for a year may not quite be the bargain it seems.....


What games does jOG compatible with Wii work with?
jOG compatible with Wii works any game that uses the Nunchuk joystick for movement, but some work better than others. We think it works best with sports games, adventure games, shooters and platform games.



Below is a list of games that we have tested with jOG compatible with Wii so we know they work well. We are constantly adding to this list so check back regularily to see if we've tested your favourite game yet!



• EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis on Wii

• Rogue Trooper: The Quartz Zone Massacre

• Alien Syndrome

• Aliens in the Attic

• Alone in the Dark

• Animal Crossing: Lets Go to the City

• Anubis II

• Barnyard

• Baroque

• Battalion Wars 2

• Bee Movie Game

• Ben 10: Alien Force

• Ben 10: Protector of Earth

• Bleach: Shattered Blade

• Bolt

• Brave: A Warriors Tale

• Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood

• Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30

• Call of Duty 3

• CID The Dummy

• Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity

• Conduit The

• Coraline

• Crash of the Titans

• Cursed Mountain

• de Blob

• Dead Rising: Chop Til You Drop

• Death Jr.: Root of Evil

• Disaster: Day of Crisis

• Disneys Chicken Little: Ace in Action

• Disneys Meet the Robinsons

• Donkey Kong Jungle Beat

• Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire

• Eledees

• Escape from Bug Island

• Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer

• Far Cry Vengeance

• Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

• G-Force

• G.I. Joe

• Geometry Wars: Galaxies

• George of the Jungle

• Godzilla: Unleashed

• Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

• Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

• Igor the Game

• Indiana Jones and the Staff Of Kings

• Iron Man

• James Bond: Quantum of Solace

• Kung Fu Panda

• Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors

• Lego Batman

• Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures

• Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga

• Links Crossbow Training

• Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked

• Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

• Madworld

• Manhunt 2

• Mario Power Tennis

• Mario Strikers Charged

• Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

• Medal of Honor Heroes 2

• Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

• Metroid Prime Trilogy

• Mini Ninjas

• Monsters vs. Aliens

• Mortal Kombat: Armageddon

• Mr Bean's Wacky world of Wii

• Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars

• MySims Kingdom

• MySims Racing

• Namco Museum Remix

• New Play Control! Pikmin

• Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots

• Night at the Museum 2

• Nights: Journey of Dreams

• No More Heroes

• NPPL Championship Paintball 2009

• Obscure: The Aftermath

• Okami

• One Piece Unlimited Cruise 1 - The Treasure Beneath the Waves

• Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers

• Open Season

• Pikmin 2

• Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End

• Pitfall: The Big Adventure

• Prince of Persia Rival Swords

• Rampage: Total Destruction

• Ratatouille

• Red Steel

• Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition

• Rogue Trooper

• Rygar: The Battle of Argus

• Scarface: The World Is Yours

• Shrek the Third

• Sonic and the Black Knight

• Sonic Unleashed

• Soulcalibur Legends

• Spider-Man: Friend or Foe

• Spider-Man: Web of Shadows

• SpongeBob SquarePants featuring Nicktoons: Globs of Doom

• SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

• Star Wars The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels

• Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

• Super Mario Galaxy

• Super Smash Bros. Brawl

• Tak and the Guardians of Gross

• Tenchu: Shadow Assassins

• The Ant Bully

• The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

• The Destiny of Zorro

• The Godfather: Blackhand Edition

• The Incredible Hulk

• The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon

• The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night

• The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

• The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

• The Munchables

• The Secret Files: Tunguska

• The Simpsons Game

• The Spiderwick Chronicles

• Thrillville: Off the Rails

• TMNT

• Tom Clancys Splinter Cell Double Agent

• Tomb Raider: Anniversary

• Tomb Raider: Underworld

• Top Spin 3

• Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen

• WALL-E

• Wild Earth: African Safari

• WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008

• X-Men Origins: Wolverine

• Yamaha Supercross





If you have a specific game to ask about, or have a recommendation for our list please email us at: TestWiiGames



There are some types of games that jOG compatible with Wii is not ideal for, these include:



Quiz Games

Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Other Music Games

and Racing Games



jOG compatible with Wii may work with some of these games, but it doesn't really fit with the type of game. Why not try jOG compatible with Wii with your games collection?
#5
Got one of these from Zavvi at £9.99 and thought that was a bargain. This one's even better.

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